Book Review: Every Day by David Levithan


booktitle Title: Every Day
 Author: David Levithan

 Genre:  Young Adult, Fantasy
 Publisher: Knopf Books for Young Readers
 Publication Date: August 28th 2012
 Pages:  322 Pages
 What It’s About: Every day a different body.Every day a different life. Every day in love with the same girl.  A is always moving to different bodies day by day without any information. This is A’s life. A must not get close to anyone A meets but, that changes when A meets Rhiannon.
My Rating: ★★
Spoiler free review below.
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What I Thought: I devoured this book and went into a book hangover when I finished. This story was very different from anything I have ever read before. A wakes up in a different body every day, girl or boy at age 16. A can only be in a body once, never the same body. This has been A’s whole life. A is not classified as a gender.  At the beginning, A wakes up as sixteen year old, Justin and meets Justin’s girlfriend, Rhiannon.  A should not interfere, avoid, never get too attached when in a body. But, after spending a day with Rhiannon, A’s rules go out the window. A is hooked on her. A tries everything to get to her, when in different bodies. Throughout the book, you are meeting new people page after page. Different families in different towns and different minds. This is all about the mind because A is in the mind of the body. Some people may have drug issues, depression or even illnesses. A experiences all the pain. The descriptions are written very well. A goes through many different bodies throughout this story and each body meets Rhiannon. A battles with love and tries to figure out this life. This is a book that everyone must read! and I don’t say this a lot about Fantasy, since it’s not my first choice of genre.
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